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    We have threads about Beatles,Paul McCartney and John Lennon and they reminded me of Rolling Stones.
    Beatles or Rolling Stones?Well,.you can like both of them.

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    They started 1962 and after 50 years there are still 3 original members left, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts.
    Bill Wyman was there the first 30 years......
    It has been ups and downs with the relations in the band over the years but they have had the ability to get over it and work together again.
    i read that Satisfaction was there first international hit
    live 1969


    They still play satisfaction in concerts almost 40 years later
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    Stones for sure

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    I can´t call myself a Rlling Stones fan, they have done so many albums and there are many of their songs I haven´t heard.
    They have done some great songs and Mick Jagger is great showman.
    I´ve most familiar with the older songs but they have played them later years too
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    I'm not than much into Rolling Stones but I love some songs like these ones.




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    Time is on my side
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    THE ROLLING STONES ANNOUNCE THEIR RETURN TO THE BLUES WITH NEW ALBUM ‘BLUE & LONESOME’ OUT ON DECEMBER 2

    Five decades in the making and just three days to record

    On 2nd December 2016, The Rolling Stones will release Blue & Lonesome, their first studio album in over a decade. Recorded in just three days in London, England, ‘Blue & Lonesome’ takes the band back to their roots and the passion for blues music which has always been at the heart and soul of The Rolling Stones.

    ‘Blue & Lonesome’ is available in various formats and will be released on December 2nd by Polydor Records. It was produced by Don Was and The Glimmer Twins and is available for pre-order worldwide from today, October 6th, at 9am EST in the USA and 2pm in the UK (equivalent times worldwide), go to rollingstones.com/blueandlonesome.

    The album was recorded over the course of just three days in December last year at British Grove Studios in West London, just a stone’s throw from Richmond and Eel Pie Island where the Stones started out as a young blues band playing pubs and clubs.
    Their approach to the album was that it should be spontaneous and played live in the studio without overdubs. The band – Mick Jagger (vocals & harp), Keith Richards (guitar), Charlie Watts (drums), and Ronnie Wood (guitar) were joined by their long time touring sidemen Darryl Jones (bass), Chuck Leavell (keyboards) and Matt Clifford (keyboards) and, for two of the twelve tracks, by old friend Eric Clapton, who happened to be in the next studio making his own album.

    ‘Blue & Lonesome’ sees the Rolling Stones tipping their hats to their early days as a blues band when they played the music of Jimmy Reed, Willie Dixon, Eddie Taylor, Little Walter and Howlin’ Wolf – artists whose songs are featured on this album.

    The tracks are – Just Your Fool, Commit A Crime, Blue and Lonesome, All Of Your Love, I Gotta Go, Everybody Knows About My Good Thing, Ride ‘Em On Down, Hate To See You Go, Hoo Doo Blues, Little Rain, Just Like I Treat You, I Can’t Quit You Baby.

    “This album is manifest testament to the purity of their love for making music, and the blues is, for the Stones, the fountainhead of everything they do.” Don Was, Co-Producer of ‘Blue & Lonesome’

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    This is the 1st video from their new album


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    by ABC News Radio | December 27, 2016

    Two recent Rolling Stones-related movies, the documentary The Rolling Stones Olé! Olé! Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America and the concert film Havana Moon, will get their television premiere in January on the Starz cable network.

    Olé! Olé! Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America will debut on Sunday, January 15, at 9 p.m. ET/PT, while Havana Moon‘s premiere screening is scheduled for Sunday, January 22, at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Both films also will be available for streaming and download starting January 15 via the Starz app.

    Olé Olé Olé, which got its theatrical premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September, follows The Rolling Stones’ early-2016 América Latina Olé tour through 10 cities, culminating with the band’s historic free performance in Havana, Cuba, on March 25 in front of hundreds of thousands of fans. The documentary also takes a behind-the-scenes look at the band’s Cuba show via interviews with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood, as well as the tour’s promoter and other people involved in the production.

    Havana Moon focuses solely on The Stones’ Havana concert, and includes footage of the band playing such classic songs as “Brown Sugar,” “Honky Tonk Women,” “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” “Paint It, Black,” “Sympathy for the Devil,” “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” and “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.” The film premiered in a variety of theaters in September as a one-night-only screening event, and was released on DVD and Blu-ray in November.

    Both movies were directed by Paul Dugdale.

    Meanwhile, The Rolling Stones have posted a message on their official website and YouTube channel wishing fans “Happy holidays!” The post is accompanied by a photo of The Stones and audio of their new cover of “Ride ‘Em on Down,” from the recently released blues album Blue & Lonesome.

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    By Michael Gallucci May 25, 2017 Ultimate Classic Rock

    Ronnie Wood is recovering from surgery that removed a small lung lesion found during a recent routine screening.

    According to a post on the Rolling Stones‘ Facebook page, the surgery was a success and no additional treatment is necessary. “I’m so grateful for modern screening which picked this up so early, and would like to thank all the doctors who treated me,” Wood said.

    The post also notes that the surgery and Wood’s recovery will not affect the Rolling Stones’ upcoming European tour, which is scheduled to start on Sept. 9 in Hamburg. The six-week run includes more than a dozen shows in Germany, Switzerland, Spain and France, where the No Filter tour will conclude with a pair of shows in Paris.

    “Hey guys, here we come,” guitarist Keith Richards said at the time of the shows’ announcement. “See you there!” Singer Mick Jagger added, “I’m so excited to be touring Europe this autumn and returning to some familiar places and some we’ve never done before.”

    The concerts will most likely include a song or two from the band’s most recent album, Blue & Lonesome, a record of vintage blues covers that arrived late last year and was the Stones’ first studio LP since 2005’s A Bigger Bang.

    The group has promised another new album, this one with all original material, sometime too, but that record’s completion and release date are still up in the air.

    You can find ticket info, as well as a complete list of dates, for the No Filter tour at the band’s website.

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    Post Rolling Stones Announce Summer Tour Dates: ‘We Haven’t Finished Yet’

    By Variety Staff | February 26, 2018

    The Rolling Stones, who have toured every year since 2012 and whose principals are all in their 70s, have announced another set of concert dates, this one a summer stadium run through the U.K. and Europe. The 11-date “No Filter” tour launches May 17 in Ireland and is likely to be another set filled with greatest hits, to judge by the video clip announcing the tour. The tour began last year; full dates are listed below.

    “NO FILTER! The news you’ve all been waiting for!” the announcement reads. “The Rolling Stones are bringing the No Filter tour to the UK and Ireland this summer, with some additional European shows! #TheRollingStones #StonesNoFilter #Tour”

    In the initial run of dates includes five in the U.K., two in Germany two, and France, and one each in the Czech Republic and Poland. Rather than doing months-long campaigns as they did over the past few decades, the group’s strategy over the past five years has been to do a dozen-odd shows per continent every few months.

    This tour was teased by founding guitarist Keith Richards in a Tweet a few hours before the dates were announced.

    “We haven’t finished yet. It’s still too early to talk about the Stones’ legacy. There’s one thing that we haven’t yet achieved and that’s to really find out how long you can do this. It’s still such a joy to play with this band that you can’t really let go of it.”

    In a press release announcing the tour, the four principals said:

    Keith Richards – “It’s such a joy to play with this band there’s no stopping us, we’re only just getting started really.”

    Mick Jagger – ‘‘This part of the ‘No Filter’ tour is really special for the Stones. We are looking forward to getting back onstage in the summer and playing to fans in the UK and Ireland. Its always exhilarating going to cities we haven’t played for quite a while and also some new venues for us like Old Trafford & The London Stadium.’’

    Charlie Watts – “The Stones audience is the glue that keeps us together. The best and most satisfying moment is when you are reaching the end of the show and they are all going nuts.”

    Ronnie Wood – “When I look out at the sea of people when we play all I can see is smiles. It’s heart-warming and I’m glad we make people happy. Music makes me happy, and it makes them happy…. its infectious.”

    May 17 – Croke Park, Dublin
    May 22 – London Stadium, London
    June 5 – Old Trafford Football Stadium, Manchester
    June 9 – BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
    June 15 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
    June 19 – Twickenham Stadium, Twickenham
    June 22 – Olympiastadion, Berlin
    June 26 – Orange Velodrome, Marseille
    June 30 – Mercedes-Benz Arena, Stuttgart
    July 4 – Letnany Airport, Prague
    July 8 – PGE Narodowy Stadium, Warsaw

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    Post Mick Jagger reveals the Rolling Stones' No Filter tour ahead of 2019 U.S. date

    by Randy Lewis Nov 28, 2018 Los Angeles Times

    There are plenty ways to get a handle on what to expect when the Rolling Stones come to the United States next spring with their No Filter tour. The recently completed European leg offers some clues, and no doubt even casual fans can rattle off a number of the band’s well-known hits that will no doubt be in the performance queue.

    But there’s an art to arranging a set list, and Mick Jagger says there’s plenty to consider before penciling in any numbers.

    One challenge facing those fortunate few rock acts who have stuck around long enough to build a catalog that stretches back more than half a century is figuring out which songs are still relevant. No doubt some may have been rendered passé by cultural shifts and modern-world realities such as increased pop-art scrutiny amid the #MeToo/#Time’sUp movements.

    Jagger, as one of the writers of songs such as “Under My Thumb” and “Bitch,” says he’s far from oblivious .

    “You have to be aware of changes in society to a certain extent,” Jagger said.

    He added, with a laugh, “If I find something [objectionable], I can always change it up a bit.

    “Sometimes you get to rehearsals and you find ‘I don’t think this is working.’” he said. “You try and go into the back catalog and you always want to find unusual stuff, but sometimes it doesn’t sound right. Sometimes you have to reject them because it doesn’t feel right for some indefinable reason, or it may feel dated, or feel too light or something else.

    “Then sometimes you find something that really works that you never thought you’d do,” he said. “We started doing ‘She’s a Rainbow’ [at two shows in June] and found that people really like it, and they really requested us to do it. We find that sort of song goes down really well.”

    The No Filter tour will land in Southern California on May 11 with a stop at the Rose Bowl. It will be the act’s first appearance in the area since co-headlining in the Desert Trip rock superstar concerts in Indio two years ago, alongside Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, the Who, Roger Waters and Neil Young.

    Those who kept tabs on the European leg won’t be surprised to learn that the 75-year-old rocker says the U.S. edition will be “somewhat similar.” The artist was talking via phone earlier this week while “catching up on a bit of work” in Paris. As workplace environments go, he admitted, “It’s not bad.”

    As for details on the U.S. edition of the No Filter trek, “The stage design will be somewhat the same, but I don’t know about the set list. We haven’t gotten around to that yet.

    “The thing about the European shows was that it was like midsummer, and the first half of the show was in sunlight basically, the lights didn’t really read into half of these shows,” Jagger said. “I had to approach it more like it was cheerful festival vibe.

    “When it’s still light at the beginning, it affects the way you somehow choose the numbers, the attitude, your demeanor and the way the audience behaves,” he said. “It’s outside.

    “I thought it was going to rain all the time. We did a lot of gigs in the U.K. and I had ordered a lot of rain clothes but then never used them,” he said. “I was actually rather dreading this early spring-summer tour in northern Europe. We were thinking, ‘Why are we doing this? It’s going to be terrible.’ But it was beautiful, and very unusual. I think it only rained a little the day we played Dublin, and by the time we went on it was finished.

    “For me it became a two-part show,” he said. “The first half was sunny and bright, the second half more dark.”


    That translated to such upbeat numbers as “Street Fighting Man,” “Tumbling Dice,” “It’s Only Rock ’n’ Roll (But I Like It)” and “Honky Tonk Women” during the early moments of the European dates.

    The more ominous likes of “Sympathy for the Devil,” “Miss You” and “Midnight Rambler” were representative of the second half of the concerts, before the group turned again to such motion-motivating numbers as “Start Me Up,” “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” and “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” to close things out.

    “For the U.S. shows,” Jagger said, “at least the first two-thirds of them, it’s all going to be in darkness, so I don’t have worry about that” shift in tone as the shows progress. “I don’t anticipate much rain when we get to California.”

    Another difference could be whether the Stones have new music ready to incorporate into the 2019 concerts.

    The band’s most recent album, “Blue and Lonesome,” emerged from what originally were supposed to be rehearsals for work on their first studio collection since 2006’s “A Bigger Bang.” But in warming up with many of their favorite vintage blues and R&B songs, Jagger, Keith Richards, drummer Charlie Watts and guitarist Ron Wood decided to go whole hog and record a full album of those songs.

    It was enthusiastically received.

    The Times’ Mikael Wood wrote in a review that album presented the Stones as “seasoned peers’ with the blues greats they once emulated, and added that while “Blue and Lonesome” wasn’t “a guitar-hero record with complicated, athletic soloing meant to showcase hard-won technique,” it was “often amazing” in that it captured “a kind of ruined virility.”

    The Rolling Stones, guitarist Ron Wood, left, singer Mick Jagger, drummer Charlie Watts and guitarist Keith Richards, shown in 2016 at Desert Trip in Indio, will bring their No Filter tour to the U.S. next year. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times)

    Since “Blue and Lonesome” was released in 2016, the group has been chipping away at the new material between other commitments.

    “Before we go on tour next year, we’ll do some more work on that,” Jagger said, stopping short of promising that a new album will be ready when the U.S. leg of No Filter tour opens April 20 in Miami. “We’ll see how that goes.”

    Like a number of other pop musicians, the Stones have also found themselves in the position of asking political candidates to refrain from using their songs prominently at campaign stops. In particular, while still running for president in 2016, Donald Trump regularly played the Stones’ “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” at his rallies, prompting the group to request his campaign to stop.

    Some politicians ignore such demands, however, citing blanket licenses they pay for to allow them to play music at campaign events.

    Pop singer Rihanna took the issue a step further recently when Trump operatives programmed her hit “Don’t Stop the Music” at a rally earlier this month in Tennessee.

    In addition to a cease-and-desist letter sent to Trump by her attorneys, the performance rights organization Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) that represents her also notified the president’s campaign that the song was being pulled from material covered under the Political Entity License his campaign acquired for avoiding problems of copyright infringement.

    “The copyright law in the U.S. is pretty wide-ranging,” Jagger said. “If I have a restaurant and I play ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’ in the restaurant, it’s OK if I have that blanket license. It’s the same thing if you play it in Madison Square Garden — it’s very difficult to stop people from using it. There are a lot of ways around it. We have looked into it. I’m not totally up on where that stands.”

    Of course, politically, Jagger said simply that “I think I’ve made my decision pretty clear on where I stand.”

    Approaching a half-century since he famously said he could not envision continuing to sing “Satisfaction” after he turned 30, Jagger chuckled when asked just how long he and his cohorts might remain on the road.

    “We haven’t really had that conversation,” he said. “We’ve been quite happy doing these shows the way we’re doing them. Nobody’s really talking about stopping. But sometimes it’s hard to believe you’re still doing it.”

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